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Cruise ships to begin sailing in October, but with one likely dangerous caveat

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That caveat being the fact that they’re getting the right to sail only by apparent politically influenced decisions from the tourism industries governing body. According to Axios and the New York Times, the WH is set to ignore the CDC ‘s guidelines on cruise ships and their right to sail so that the state of Florida will get a boost.

There’s no way this is going to end well for anyone.

Initially, the CDC had reportedly planned to extend the federal no sail order from 31 Oct until mid February. In the beginning, that seemed like a grand idea considering almost every major cruise liner that sailed in 2020 since the pandemic began eventually had an outbreak. But — because of politics and such that ban has been revoked.

The Trump Administration ‘s disregard for public health strikes again.

Sources reportedly told both outlets that the CDC was overruled at a recent task force meeting because of partisan politics and the ever-so-powerful tourism industry and their politically-favorable donors. The overruling is in line with the Trump Administration ‘s abhorrent and almost complete disregard for the Coronavirus and the danger it poses to almost everybody.


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